Defending champions Trabzonspor will take on newcomer Istanbulspor in an away game on Aug. 5 in the opening game of the new Süper Lig season.
Trabzonspor won its first league title in almost 30 years in May and the Black Sea side's supporters were happy to see their team adding the Turkish Super Cup to its museum last week.
Fenerbahçe Beko, known as the "Yellow Canaries," has gained its 10th championship in Turkey's ING Basketball Super League after beating its rival, Anadolu Efes, 3-1 in the final series in Istanbul.
The Yellow Canaries reached the trophy with amazing performances of Czech player Jan Vesely and French forward Nando de Colo in Sinan Erdem Sports Hall late June 13.
Turkish women's football league has witnessed the first incident of "violence in sports" in history, with players of the Süper Lig team Amedspor attacking the Fenerbahçe footballers at the end of a match in the southeastern province of Diyarbakır.
Fenerbahçe won the match 2-1 with the last-minute penalty goal on April 2.
Girls living in orphanages in the Central Anatolian province of Sivas have formed a football team and qualified for the Third Women's Football League that will start in February.
The team is called the Family and Social Policy Youth and Sports Club, named after the Family and Social Services Ministry.
Following the international break, football fans in Turkey eye the coming intercontinental derby between Istanbul's fierce rivals, Galatasaray and Fenerbahçe, on Nov. 21.
The two teams are now quite far from the top of the league, so both need a victory to grip the title race in the Turkish Spor Toto Süper Lig.